Swing along with the Rotary Club of Brighton at an evening of Big Band Music with the British Philharmonic Big Band Ensemble and a special guest, Frank Cognoscenti, an uncanny soundalike and self-confessed Frank Sinatra enthusiast who has dedicated the last 18 years to performing old blue eyes great repertoire. From shows at the world famous Ronnie Scott’s Club and The Ritz in London to Sinatra’s birthplace of Hoboken New Jersey, Frank is in constant demand for his services worldwide.
This is a fundraising event in aid of the wonderful charities Care for Veterans and Prostate Cancer UK. Based in Worthing, Care for Veterans provide residential nursing care, rehabilitation, respite and end of life care to physically disabled ex-Service personnel and their families. Find out more about volunteering for them and us at the concert by visiting their website. If you would like to volunteer, email them to register your interest and receive information about future volunteer roles.
Prostate Cancer UK have invested over £37 million into ground breaking research to fight this killer disease that has recently become the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England, and that kills more men than any other cancer, more than one an hour. They have raised public and political awareness of a long-neglected illness by producing some wonderful, hard hitting, emotional advertising campaigns and mini dramas that are hosted online on youtube and their website here – https://prostatecanceruk.org/
The concert will take place in the Assembly Hall, Worthing and tickets cost just £15 in the Ground Floor Hall, or £20 in the Circle. Email us for more details, to find out about volunteering to help on the night, or to buy tickets at email@example.com
The British Philharmonic Orchestra Big Band Ensemble is made up of some leading artists from the British Philharmonic Orchestra together with top professional jazz musicians from around the U.K. It is fast becoming an entity in itself with engagements all over the country but has a long and star studded history.
British Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd.
Managing directors: Andrew Crompton, Callum McLeod
The Rotary Club of Brighton is the oldest town club outside America and was founded in 1913. It was only preceded by clubs in seven cities. The club has a proud heritage of helping local and worldwide charities and looks forward to another 100 years of doing so.